I had an exhibition in a cooperation with Ágnes Hardi, sculptor titled Scale, curated by Judit Csanádi, took place at Artus Studio, Budapest. We reflected onto the industrial atmosphere of this ex-factory building’s exhibition space with site-specifis installations, and also made connections between each others’ works. Press: In the frame of the program Switchroom curated by Judit
This video was recorded at Zalaszegvár, Hungary, exactly where my Great-grandparents’ chateau was before 1945: the castle was destroyed by Russian soldiers and the estate has been nationalized by the communists. Concept: Margit Koller Cameraman: Manuel F. Contreras Cast: Veronika Jeszenszkyné Kölcsei (my grandmother) Éva Kollerné Jeszenszky (my mother) Margit Koller (me) and Ilona Lázár,
video, 2017 I recorded this video in an abandoned farm in Hungary during the SziLAC – ‘Sziki’ Land Art Camp . Special thanks to Balázs Almási.
video loop, 2016-17 The basis of my concept of this video was the processing of a period of life weighed down by difficulties. In this Sisyphean period, the efforts taken disappear in the blur of hopelessness. Optimism gave me strength, the hope that at some point everything will come to an end, that during the
site-specific videoinstallation, 2016 I have got a possibility to create a site-specific videoinstallation in Kunsthalle Budapest for a group exhibition, here is the photo documentation. Two parallel phenomena appear (looped) in the projected image of the window: the process of dawn and dusk. The two time planes are connected to the very space and view
videoinstallation, 2014 There is a space somewhere in Budapest, where three doors exist behind each other. I recorded a video here which shows the illusion if the three doors would opened and then closed by themselves in a loop way. I project onto the wall in real size so they open to a virtual dimension